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Trump’s trade tariffs could spark cyber war with China

President Trump’s recent highly publicised announcements of trade tariffs on products from China and elsewhere have led various commentators to suggest that Beijing’s retaliation against the measures could include launching highly damaging cyber attacks on a variety of commercial and government sectors in the US. Back in 2015, President Barack Obama and President Xi Jinping […]

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Is the unsolicited dissemination of email legal under GDPR?

Have you been inundated with emails requesting consent for companies to continue contacting you? Surprisingly, a lot of these emails were not actually required and, in some instances, may even have been sent illegally. The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) introduces a higher standard of consent for companies processing your personal data and ensures that

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2018 World Cup: Situational Awareness Series (4)

The prospect of cyber attacks targeting critical infrastructure worldwide has been raised in the media again, after reports that researchers have identified state-sponsored Russian hackers as being responsible for a wave of infections involving malicious malware called VPNFilter. 500,000 routers and storage devices in a total of 54 countries have reportedly been harnessed in preparation

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